It’s been a long, long, summer (stretching well into the autumn, as a glance outside tells me). I have returned from the wilderness to that sure sign of the twenty-first century, a mountain of digital as well as physical work to accomplish. I’m only too aware that, despite the valiant efforts of Pete, Cornish Literature has ailed somewhat in my absence. I’m determined that its suffering should not be fatal, however, and will soon begin to add a fresh batch of Cornish literature reviews and other news here again: as usual, interested contributors are strongly encouraged to contact me – only an enthusiastic group of people can ever hope to make this website a self-sustaining and dynamic community; over-reliance on one or two individuals will always result in any amateur enterprise failing.
On the subject of news, a quick piece for you now: in my absence, Alan Kent’s Trelawny Trilogy has been released for the Kindle. Many readers may know only too well that second hand copies of the original paperbacks had reached ludicrous prices so it’s to be hoped that this move may make them more widely available again (if you have an eReader other than a Kindle there are ways to convert the files; just search online). Cornish Literature reviews of the first two books in the trilogy can be found here:
The books can be purchased through Amazon by clicking on the images below: